Should Robert Kelly Music Be Banned After His Sentencing: A Star Has Fallen!
A song of pleasure or reoccurring pain from past childhood trauma.
By: British News
"There are 70% of us that can lay claim to at least one traumatic event in our lifetime!" - Sidran Institute of Traumatic Stress Education and Advocacy
A singing, and writing genius known by many as R Kelly signed to Jive Records in 1992. His behavior was tainted by childhood abuse, and so his actions were expressed in ways he felt were normal. As his career progressed; his appetite increased for abnormal unmoral adventures. His vengeance for his childhood abuse began to affect others in his personal environment. Although he knew his actions were wrong according to his sibling; his appetite was too strong to tame the urges. According to Adela Suliman of the Washington Post, 1 of 4 women experience domestic violence in their lifetime. But the Social Solutions Media Network revealed that at least 10 million men, and women experience abuse every year. Does music promote abuse? The research by Meng-Jinn Chen, Ph.D, Brenda A. Miller, Ph.D, and Elizabeth D. Waiters, Ph.D, concludes that music does have an impact on minor's substance use, and aggressive behaviors. As the sentence of Robert Kelly is held will his music be banned by the judging administrator?
"Judges ought to be more leaned than witty, more reverent than plausible, and more advised than confident. Above all things, integrity is their portion, and proper virtue." - Francis Bacon
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